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Hotels in Llandudno

Royal Hotel
Church Walks
Llandudno
North Wales

LL30 2HW | View map
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The Royal Hotel is located at the heart of North Wales' most vibrant and colourful seaside town - the beautiful resort of Llandudno. This family run hotel combines Victorian elegance with modern facilities, excellent food and comfortable accommodation. The Royal Hotel also has its own secluded gardens with sun terrace and on-site car parking for guests.

Within a few minutes walk you can enjoy Llandudno’s beautiful promenade and pier, sandy beaches and the bustling town centre with its variety of shops, restaurants and bars.

Staying at The Royal Hotel you have easy access to all that North Wales has to offer as well as the traditional friendly welcome for which we are renowned.

The Royal Hotel is the perfect choice your holiday or short break in Llandudno. Glorious Golf Breaks in North Wales North Wales is a golfer’s paradise. Staying at The Royal Hotel you have quick access to breathtaking parkland courses in mountain settings, dramatic courses in the shadow of historic castles, challenging coastal links and two championship courses.

Wonderful Weddings & Perfect Partnership Ceremonies
Make your special day ‘extra-special’ with a dream wedding at The Royal Hotel.

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Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: From £80
Twin: From £80
Single: £40
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